Davos, Switzerland. Home to the World Economic Forum (WEF). Every year, the world’s ruling class gather around this secluded Swiss mountain retreat to help each other scheme and plan on how to further exert tyrannical control over the lives of free individuals. This year, they’re accomplishing this through their plan for “The Great Reset,” bolstered by the global pandemic.
Where the Ruling Class Gather To Scheme with Each Other
But don’t be fooled, just being massively rich isn’t enough to get you a seat at Davos. Attendance is by invitation only. You first have to be a member of the World Economic Forum, which will run you somewhere between $60,000 and $600,000. On top of that, you have to pay an additional fee of more than $27,000 per person to get into the conference.
At the conference, attendees are separated by their badge colors. Those who carry the white badges are granted access to all areas, including secret meeting sessions. Sessions open only to white badges are off-the-record, so the public will never know what goes on behind the doors of the discussion.
It’s easy to see how the secrecy of Davos could incite many conspiracy theories, but it’s really not that exciting. Davos is just another typical ploy often carried out by the ruling class’ obsession with running other people’s life. Think of it like the Congress for the Communist’s Third International, where attendance was exclusive only to card-carrying delegates, because that’s essentially what Davos is.
Delegates' Card at the 1935 Comintern's 7th Congress via Wikipedia.
What Is “The Great Reset”?
According to an article on The Hill, “The Great Reset” is a plan “by the planet’s most powerful business leaders, government officials and activists [who] announced a proposal to ‘reset’ the global economy. Instead of traditional capitalism, the high-profile group said the world should adopt more socialistic policies, such as wealth taxes, additional regulations and massive Green New Deal-like government programs.”
And how does the global oligarchy intend to carry out “The Great Reset”? They’re seizing the global pandemic as the perfect opportunity to roll out this plan. While most of the ordinary citizenry are languishing in government-created poverty due to the mandatory shutdowns, the pompous Davos elites are busy exploiting the pandemic as an opportunity to push their Marxist agenda on everyone else.
World Economic Forum, Davos, and “The Great Reset”
We already know that politicians have been angling to deindustrialize the West in hopes of radically reducing our carbon footprint. Now, Justin Trudeau has admitted that is the plan. The Canadian Prime Minister addressed the public about employing the pandemic as "an opportunity for a reset," parroting Davos' plan for “The Great Reset.”
If you took some time to watch the many conferences, you’d see how the masterminds behind “The Great Reset” are urging companies, businesses, and corporations to move away from shareholder capitalism to “stakeholder capitalism.” In fact, stakeholder capitalism is the theme of the Davos Manifesto 2020, announced at the end of 2019 by Klaus Schwab, the Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
Stakeholder capitalism is a system in which businesses focus on serving the interests and needs of all their stakeholders – customers, employees, owners, communities, society – and not just on maximizing values for shareholders and owners. Stakeholder capitalism sounds nice – everyone's needs are getting met and not all the money is going into the CEO's pocket (*cough* Communism) – but it's not a successful strategy long-term (*cough, cough* Communism).
Stakeholder capitalism focuses on serving the needs of all their stakeholders and not just on maximizing values for shareholders.
One of the major practical issues with stakeholder capitalism is that there are too many needs to balance and pursue, leading a company to be confused about its goals and therefore directionless. This results in "garbage can organizations" that ultimately flounder and fail.
Some theorize that the current return of focus to stakeholder capitalism is in part a PR stunt: "The attraction of stakeholder capitalism as a public stance is that it doesn’t commit big business to do anything in particular. Firms can go on privately shoveling money to their shareholders and executives, while maintaining a public front of exquisite social sensitivity and exemplary altruism."
Honestly, this sounds like Communism playing out in a microcosm. What the company publicly projects is meeting the needs of all their stakeholders, but the big bucks still end up in the pockets of the higher ups and the average Joe still suffers (Animal Farm, anyone?).
The ruling elite at Davos also talk about how the “fourth industrial revolution” will usher in the new economy based on biometric surveillance, data collection, and constant health monitoring. Read this disturbing article on their website where they imagined a perfect world without property or privacy to get an idea of what they have in mind.
Davos also wants to drastically change how we get our energy, how large our homes can be, how we can travel, and how much "stuff" we're allowed to have. And this brave new utopia is sold to the public by appealing to the public’s fear of catastrophic climate change. Loss of jobs and a massively shrinking of the economy matter little to those who are motivated by an irrational fear of climate change and climate disaster.
You’ll Own Nothing and You’ll Be Happy
Like all con men who plot to steal from their victims, the elites at Davos came up with a cunning way to persuade unsuspecting victims to give up their rights to private property. They ran a campaign to convince the public that life would be happier once they own nothing. Just like John Lennon’s ode to the Communist Manifesto “Imagine” encourages listeners to give up everything “so the world could live as one,” the Davos elites added that we should also give up our privacy.
The WEF has since taken down this tweet due to public backlash.
Honestly, if you really don't want to own anything, there's already a path to that and it’s called the monastic life. You’re free to follow that path. You can relinquish all of your worldly possessions and join a Buddhist or a Catholic monastery if you think it would bring you happiness. Ironically, it’s the Communist countries like China that would stop you from doing so (like how China’s actively exterminating Tibetan Buddhism). Why? Because The State will not tolerate any competing religion (like how Uyghur Muslims are being sent to re-education camps). Total obedience to The State is expected in the Communist religion.
Communists Constantly Break Things That Work
Consider this, The Great Reset isn't even a fresh, new concept that some so-called genius at the WEF came up with on his own. It’s a concept that has been tried by many Communist-Socialist nations throughout modern history which has resulted in multiple failed experiments. The Socialist-Communist revolution often tears down a working society in their quest to “build back better.”
The Socialist-Communist revolution often tears down a working society in their quest to “build back better.”
Take, for example, Mao's “The Great Leap Forward” whereby all traces of Chinese culture were wiped out in order to usher in a "better China," which ended up killing millions. That was China's Great Reset. Then consider the Bolshevik Revolution which was Russia's Great Reset. Centuries of European civilization were wiped out to usher in the new era of the Soviet Union, which also killed millions.
One could easily apply the same concept of "The Great Reset" to just about any failed Communist-Socialist nation. In Venezuela, Cuba, Myanmar, the same bad script is repeatedly implemented with the same predictable outcome. It's like a player who is terrible at a video game making the same bad play over and over again. Except, in this case, the world leaders pushing for "The Great Reset" aren't playing a harmless virtual game. They're playing with people's lives.